Offering a completely fresh way to experience Twitter, the Slices for Twitter Android app comes with custom browsing options and workarounds for the biggest challenges in managing accounts. InstaPicFrame for Instagram is also gaining traction qith shutterbugs that want to add frames and templates to their Instagram photos. Also, the Red Cross released a timely app to help you prepare for hurricane season.
WiFi Shoot! [Beta] (Free)
There are countless ways to share photos these days. Using the built-in Android WiFi Direct API, Wifi Shoot! is among the first to leverage Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich update, which is required to access this app. Once you’ve downloaded the app, WiFi Shoot! will appear in your Share menu as a way to send media, such as photos and videos. From there, select the file you want to send, pair the receiving device and pass the file along. Still in Beta, the app currently works with local files only, though we hope WiFi Shoot! adds cloud media support in the future.